Spanish Translation of “impatiens” | The official Collins English-Spanish Dictionary online. ; they are reduced to subjection, not as yet to slavery The deified Julius, the very first Roman who entered Britain with an army, though by a successful engagement he struck terror into the inhabitants and gained possession of the coast: must be regarded as having indicated rather than transmitted the acquisition to future generations. impatiens \ Prononciation ? their arms in impious attempt against the lives of their own sovereigns. 1; noun impatiens An East African plant with abundant red, pink, or white flowers. English words for impavidus include undaunted, fearless, intrepid and dauntless. Le dictionnaire des plantes par Ooreka.fr : Impatiens (ou impatience) (fiche d'identité, variétés, plantation, culture, entretien et maladies) Dictionnaire latin français et français latin, avec un analyseur de texte latin et de puissants outils de recherche. Comment dire impatienter en latin? unaetvicensimae legionis; rapuerant pecuniam missam in stipendium castelli quod olim Helvetii, at such slow progress in crime, threatened the tribune and ordered the poisoner to. that the time had come when the veteran might demand a timely discharge, the young, more liberal pay, all, an end of their miseries, and vengeance on the cruelty of centurions. Genus name comes from the Latin word impatiens meaning impatient in reference to the violent seed discharge from the ripe pods. impatient ( comparative more impatient, superlative most impatient) Automatic translation: impatient. of the 21st legion, who had seized some money. Qui manque de patience, soit dans la souffrance de quelque mal, soit dans l’attente de quelque bien. From im- (“without, not”) + patiēns (“suffering, patient”). 1880–85;